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for being with us. certainly appreciate it. >>> time to get to "cnn newsroom" with carol cost ello. i'll see everyone back here again tomorrow morning. good morning, carol. >> good morning, soledad. >>> a major bomb plot busted. the target, the federal reserve in new york and the heart of the u.s. financial system. >>> 19 days until the election. and some voters still don't know who to vote for. seriously? we go inside the minds of the undecided. >>> it lasted 80 years. the computer did it in. the end of an era for a major magazine. >>> and saints fans sues for dict dictorial interference. say what? >> an fbi sting operation uncovers not only a bomb plot but possible assassination attempt. the targets, the federal reserve in new york city and the president of the united states. the suspect now in federal custody. he is 21-year-old quazi nafis from bangladesh, but in the united states on a student visa. get this, he has been studying cyber security at a college in missouri. prosecutors say he was inspired by al qaeda and tried detonating a 1,000-pound considar bomb out the fed. it was a fake,
before carrying out this attack, allegedly? >> that's right. carol, evidently, they were on to him for months. that's what prosecutors say. this happened just yesterday. he was on his way, prosecutors say, with undercover fbi agents, to the federal reserve bank and asked them to pull over. he wants to go inside a hotel nearby and make a suicide video. here is what he said, in part. let's see if we can pull up that screen for you. he talks about coming here to carry out -- i came to this conclusion, he said, targeting america's economy is the most efficient way to draw the path of obliterai tochlt n of america and also said he wanted to attain victory or martyrdom. >> what about these other plots, allegedly targeting the president? >> he talked about hitting the stock exchange possibly and even mentioned taking out president obama, but i'm told that that was simply an inspirational thi thing. he never took any steps in that direction, according to my sources. so, he was looking for some sort of economic target that he believed would really do a lot of damage to america's economy. he
together. 8 a is appeal 12-090, 8b is 12-091, appellants are carol seligman and jim stafford, subject property is 2705 larkin street and both appeals are protesting the issuance to peter fenton to a permit to demolish a building, conforming to residential design guidelines by stepping back in two directions. the matter is on for hearing today. i understand the appellants have, are jointly represented by an attorney and if you would like to step forward. are the parties here for this item? you need to -- you want to try and get him? okay, thank you. very sweet. mr. elman, we just called this appeal. we're ready to have it heard when you are ready to start. commissioners, since this matter is two appeals joined the parties will have 14 minutes to present their case. >> mr. president and members of the board, i am howard elman representing the appellant, carol seligman and we are, the other appellant has granted us his time so that we could have a little bit more it make a coherent presentation to you, because there are some complex issues. what we're asking for is that you revoke t
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expects the building to be open in 2014. >>> carol's here to tell us what we're looking at in sports. >> busy thursday. and for orioles fans, the second best playing in the play-offs. watching the yankees lose. the yankees have their backs against the wall in the alcs. another capital star signs in russia. >>> rg3's latest honor, being knighted. >>> hello, everybody, welcome back. doug kammerer in with you this afternoon. no gusts reported right now. but we are seeing higher gusts in parts of the area. upwards of 20, even 25 miles per hour. temperatures 64 in gaithersburg, 68 right now in leesburg. 66 in manassas. camp spring coming in at 65 degrees. temperatures at or above average today. the rain falling through loudoun county, fauquier county. and fairfax county starting to see showers around the district, over towards the falls church area, portions of montgomery county. most of this very, very light. as you get back towards the west, we are looking at heavier showers, especially right over towards the front royal area. happy creek, a subdivision just to the east of front royal.
. >> they sure are. carol maloney joins us with the "redskins rewind." carol, we're looking back at last year's regular sweep of the g-men. >> a lot of people are looking back at last year. the skins were the only team in the league to sweep the eventual super bowl champs in the regular season. definitely a highlight of 2011. but it's nowhere close to topping what happened when these two teams met up 21 years ago this month. dan hellie takes us back in "redskins rewind." >> october 27th, 1991, a day of redemption and comeback. joe gibbs had the redskins 7-0. but the giants are next on the schedule. a team the skins have lost to the last six times they've played them. in the meadowlands, a repeat performance is under way. new york leads 13-0 at halftime. while the giants defense is stifling, the skins offense is trifling. gary clark wants to hide. his quarterback in the end zone only to see the ball slip right through his hands. when a receiver drops an easy one like that, you have to go to him again. looking for clark one more time. the pass right on the money. clark right under it. but the j
by then assemblywoman caroll migdon, so it was a san francisco initiative. through the legislative process, most parties supported the overall gist, if you will. my recollection is the effort to have it staged as an opt-out as opposed to opt-in was informed by efforts on the telecommunications side, where with deregulation and the allowing of competition within telecommunications market, where it wasn't just local phone service by pac bell anymore. long distance and local phone service competition was an opt-in type of program. there was dissatisfaction with the amount of penetration that was achieved by competitors when that market was attempted to be opened up. so i think that influenced the thinking of the policymakers at the -- in the assembly and senate oversight committees that oversee electric telecommunications issues, because those are combined committees. back in 2002, when that happened, that is my recollection of the formation and dialogue that was happening at that time. that doesn't preclude us. the opt-out requirements don't preclude us from having a preenrollment phase, a phase that allo
on your screen. we are told 25 besharov carol anderson opened fire on derrek gamble at a bar. gamble suffered multiple gunshot wounds and later died. anderson has a muscular build a number of tattoos. if you have any for informational as whereabouts, you are urged to contact baltimore county police. you may recall a deadly stabbing at the same location last month. after residents voiced their concerns at a board hearing, the owner of the bar was forced to pay $2,000 in fines in order to keep his liquor license. >> new tonight, a sergeant and officer in the baltimore city police department both face assault charges. they allegedly assaulting a man in an east baltimore home after he was suspected of drug activity. the charges were filed after a yearlong investigation conducted by the internal investigation unit. jurors have gone home for the night in the trial of two police officers accused of beating a university of maryland student during a rowdy celebration, after maryland beat duke in a basketball game. lowell melser was in the courtroom and has the latest for us, live from upper m
, look at this, tracy byrnes, remember her? she use today know me and carol roth. do we need to be making a big deal about this? look at this. >> i went to a number of women's groups and told me could you help us find folks, and brought binders full of women. ♪ more than a woman ♪ >> we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet. i went to a number of women's groups and said can you help us find folks and they brought us binders full of women. stuart: that binders of women comment has become a big deal. we all know, surely, that he meant that he had stacks of resume's from qualified women. and joining us now, look at this, tracy burns and carol roth. tracy, are you mortally wounded and offended by, or i forgot the words, binders of women. >> and everyone's forgotten it now. stuart: and the left has not forgotten it. >> then the left needs to get a life. those of us who have a life don't have time to dwell on this nan sense. he respects women and he's married to one and almost had condoleezza rice on hi
't want to answer. they're sucking up to the gun lobby nra. i don't get it. let's turn to you. carol, outsourcing jobs. i've been banging on about this, too. i don't like the fact successful american companies ship out like apple ten times as many of their jobs to china as they do this country. you put them on the spot. i wasn't impressed by the answers. were you? >> not at all. i think they could have gone a little further and gone more into the meat of the matter. instead of speaking in general terms. that's what i've been hearing throughout the campaign is, yeah, we need jobs but nothing specific, so i was disappointed. >> jeremy, you haven't got a job. are you more likely to get one if barack obama or mitt romney wins after what we heard last night? >> if mitt romney win he said i would have a job by the time i graduate in 2014. >> do you believe him? >> i don't think so, but they have to say that. they're trying to get your vote. i honestly think in terms of my question, i don't know that they specifically addressed my question because i was asking about the college student in m
to the gun lobby and the nra. i just don't get it. let's turn to you. carol, outsourcing jobs, i have been banging on about this too. i don't like the fact that successful american companies ship out like apple, ten time as many of their jobs to china as this country. put them on the spot, i wasn't really impressed by the answers, were you? >> i think they could have gone a little further and instead of speaking in general terms and that's what i've been hearing throughout the campaign, but nothing specific. i was disappointed. >> jeremy, you haven't got a job. are you more likely to get one if mitt romney wins or barack obama wins? >> if mitt romney wins, he says i'll have a job by the time i graduate in 2014. >> do you believe him? >> i don't know. i don't know if they both specifically addressed the question i was asking for the group of people i was representing, which is the 20-year-old college student in my position, so i think they went on a little bit of a tailspin, not answering what i wanted to get out of it. >> that's how you carried it. the big flashpoint of the evening, you kn
have set forward. thank you. >> thank you. >>> good afternoon, reverend carol ben. i'm with the justice tach ka is with lutheran evangelical church of america. i've done a lot of work around alcohol and food justice. i'd say yes to fresh and easy, but there is a problem with their definition of and their business model in terms of how they sell alcohol, which ends up being dangerous for our community. and i stand here, i wish i had the many, many clergy on letters that we've done in the past to you to say we want a restriction on fresh and easy's ability to sell alcohol, if at all, since we know that even the uc store -- the store down in southern california doesn't sell any alcohol. this is near san francisco state. i know you have a planning staff recommendation. unfortunately fresh and easy is really slippery around language, it seems like, and, so, the language in that recommendation is weak and allows for loopholes. and what we really want to make sure is that stores are required to have a fully staffed, fully serviced sale for alcohol, a check-out stand devoted to that. recently t
." cnn continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >> thank you, carol. it's 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 on the west coast. we begin with a plot to blow up the federal reserve foiled. nafis was here in the united states on a student visa and he was studying cyber security. this is not the first time people hell bent on killing us have used us to hone their craft. terrorists from 9/11, we effectly taught them how to pilot their planes. luckily this time the bomb in this suspected deal was a fake, part of an elaborate sting operation by federal authorities. the prosecutors say this person was motivated by al qaeda. ali velshi joins us now to tell us how far the plot got. >> he was recruited in a sting operation. he expressed interest in committing these acts. it turns out he was working on his own. he did think he was working with other people. they happened to be informants and fbi sources. he gathered the materials to make the bomb, a thousand pound bomb, got down to new york in the financial district, parked his bomb there and attempted to detonate this bomb. >> not a sophisticated f
, they just don't know where he is. 25-year-old carol anderson is the suspect in the murder of their gamble. police say anderson shot and killed a gamble back on july 8. gamble was found inside a vehicle in the parking lot at the bar. anyone with the information on anderson's whereabouts should call police. police in howard county say a man who had recorded himself committing a crime. they are searching for a mysterious peeping tom seen in this video setting up that be the setting up a camera at the home of two women in ellicott city. he has been recording the women in their bedrooms and bathrooms since june. is not clear how to gain access to the condo, but he has seen multiple times resetting the camera. >> after a long and very heated court battle this afternoon, thousands of files from the boy scouts of america were made public. documents outlined decades of abuse by some scout leaders. jay gray has more on what is inside the so-called perversion files. >> these documents have been hidden from the public for decades, just like so many of the horrific crimes outlined in the nearly 15,000
day out there. >> great crowd, great ladies. easy to pick two makeovers today. >> carol is 62 from albany, new york. she told us she can't do anything with her hoda hair. she begged us to help her tame her mane. oh, she does have my hair. >> carol has a lot to say. i'll hand you the mike. >> good morning, kathie lee and hoda. want to let you know, you think you have hair problems? look at me. i need help. i'm going to have jill and louis p help me today. especially here. let's have a great time, i am ready. >> she is adorable. >> i like it, especially here because she knows the spot. we have her daughter-in-law tracy. raise your hand. friends cindy and elaine. please keep on your blind folds till you give you the green light. here is carol van buren before. let's see the new hair. >> you look hot. wow! >> take off your blind folds, ladies. >> you look so hot. >> are you ready? >> i'm ready. oh, my god! >> you look hot. >> wow. >> carol, would you look at that camera. >> what happened, louis? >> number one that is such a great haircut. you check that problem area she was talking abo
democrat carol shea-porter and republican frank guinta, who unseated her in 2010. now, she's running on opposition to the tea party's record in new hampshire. >> they forgot they were there to create jobs and they didn't pass a comprehensive jobs bill and they turned towards social engineering with trying to block contraception and all those other issues that, that really shocked new hampshire. >> reporter: but congressman guinta is betting on frustration with wasteful spending-- the same issue he rode to victory in 2010, and one that often excites voters in new hampshire, which boasts no sales tax. >> they did have the stimulus, $800 billion and then it turns out that it wasn't nearly as effective as they hoped it was going to be. we continue to see the borrowing, those things really frustrated america and as a result you saw this 87 freshman class get elected. so i think that the other side feels they have no alternative but to try to ram the entire republican party as tea party and that just doesn't hold water. >> reporter: a new suffolk university poll out this week shows the pre
gotta tell you big difference in our family. carol -- my wife carol can trace her family back to the mayflower. no kidding. her mother did it. whole big family tree. my family, nothing but questions. i'm trying to unravel it and find out where we came from and when we got here and where people land and all of that kind of stuff because every other press i've met around the country all came from either eastern europe, russia maybe. i'm trying to establish that. and i finally found one way that really, really helps. it is called ancestry.com. introduced to me about a week ago. i went online. so far i'm back to like 1800 in salem, new jersey. i know they came here and they landed in philadelphia. now, i just gotta get them across the ocean. so it is exciting. i can tell you about that because you ought to try it. ancestry.com. in fact, you can get up to two three weeks free if you join me today and visit tryancestry.com. start the journey figuring out your family tree. you'll get two full weeks free to see w
. >>> time to get to "cnn newsroom" with carol cost ello. i'll see everyone back here again tomorrow morning. good morning, carol. >> good morning, soledad. >>> a major bomb plot busted. the target, the federal reserve in new york and the heart of the u.s. financial system. >>> 19 days until the election. and some voters still don't know who to vote for. seriously? we go inside the minds of the undecided. >>> it lasted 80 years. the computer did it in. the end of an era for a major magazine. >>> and saints fans sues for
want to ask carol goldberg to stand up because she gets to a question for governor romney. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in the united states? >> romney: great question, an important question because you're absolutely right. and the place where we've seen manufacturing go has been china. china is now the largest manufacturer in the world. use to be the united states of america. a lot of good people have lost jobs. a half a million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the last four years. that's total over the last four years. one of the reasons for that is people think it's more attractive to go off shore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here and to go off shore from time to time. what i will do as president is make sure it's more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we're going to create jobs in this country. it's not by trickle-down government saying we're going to take more money from people and hire more governm
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